The Phoenix Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) chapter recently volunteered for Kitchen on the Street, a nonprofit organization working to eliminate childhood hunger. In Arizona alone, more than 600,000 children rely on the Federal Free and Reduced Breakfast and
Cushman & Wakefield celebrates achievement in 2017 with the announcement of its top producers in Phoenix. The firm honored the top individuals and teams in each of its brokerage service areas including capital markets, tenant representation and agency leasing.
“Red hot” is how Will Strong, Executive Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, described the Phoenix Industrial Market. Q4 2017 posted the highest annual absorption (+8.4 MSF) and is showing the largest industrial pipeline, at more than 5 MSF, since
The Phoenix Office Market Q4 2017 data indicated absorption was positive three out of the four quarters in 2017, and in 18 of 22 submarkets for the year, with no strong winners or losers. At the close of Q4 2017,
The Phoenix Office Market continues to evolve to meet the demands of today’s employers who battle in the war to retain and attract talent. Those buildings who have all the “right stuff” will win the battle for tenant lease commitments.